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LET UP ------- Let’s wait here in the cafe until the rain lets up. Then we can go on to the park for a walk. ---------LET UP.
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Amainar, amenorar, aflojar, Parar. to stop doing something which someone or something have been doing continuously or in a determined way. (see also: wait down, slow down).

LET UP ----- Rene's been complaining about his job all evening - he just won't let up!. --------- LET UP.
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Amainar, amenorar, aflojar, Parar. to stop doing something which someone or something have been doing continuously or in a determined way. (see also: wait down, slow down).

LIFT UP ------ Can you help me with the fridge? I have to put it in the back of the truck, but it’s too heavy for me to lift up by myself. ----------- LIFT UP.
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levantar. to move something to a higher position. (see also: pick up).

LIFT UP ------ Nacho lifted up the heavy bags. ----------- LIFT UP.
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Levantar. to move something to a higher position. (see also: pick up).

LIGHT UP ------ The Chicago navy pier workers let the fireworks off and they lit up the night sky. ----------------- LIGHT UP...
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ilumunar. alumbrar. to shine light on something.

LIGHT UP ------ We stood by the river and watched the fireworks light up the night sky. ------------ LIGHT UP.
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ilumunar. alumbrar. to shine light on something.

LIGHTEN UP ------ Laura’s so serious all the time. I wish she’d lighten up and take it easy sometimes. ----------- LIGHTEN UP.
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Relajar. Calmar. something you say to tell someone to stop being so serious or annoyed. (See also calm down, wind down.).

LIGHTEN UP ------- Hey Kaz, lighten up, would you!, he didn't mean to break the wall. ----------- LIGHTEN UP.
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Relajar. Calmar. something you say to tell someone to stop being so serious or annoyed. (See also calm down, wind down.).

LIVE UP TO ------- Richard Voughn wanted his son to be a top student, but the boy failed to live up to his father’s expectations. ---------- LIVE UP TO.
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be as good as what was expected or promised. (See also: Come up to, measure up).

LIVE UP TO ----- That fucking new president Donal Trump will never live up to; we might as well go ahead and fire him now. ---------- LIVE UP TO.
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be as good as what was expected or promised. (See also: Come up to, measure up).

LIVEN UP ------ We should liven up the party. Why don’t you put on some funky dance music?. ------------LIVEN UP.
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Animar. animarse. to become more interesting and exciting, or to make something become like this. (see also: brighten up, cheer up).

LIVEN UP ------ The party livened up as soon as the clown arrived. ------------ LIVEN UP.
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Animar. animarse. to become more interesting and exciting, or to make something become like this. (see also: brighten up, cheer up).

LOCK UP ------- Don’t forget to lock the office up if you’re the last to leave. Whoever leaves last always locks up. ---------- LOCK UP.
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Cerrar con llave. to lock all the doors and windows of a building when you leave it.

LOCK UP -------- Don't forget to lock up when you leave. ---------- LOCK UP.
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Cerrar con llave. to lock all the doors and windows of a building when you leave it.

LOOK UPON/ON, someone or something. ----- Many young people look upon sports stars as Michael Jordan and Randy Jhonson as their heroes and role models. --------- LOOK UPON/ON, someone or something.
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Considerar. to consider something or someone in a particular way. (see also: think of).

LOOK UPON/ON, someone or something. ------ Come on Messy you shouldn't look upon this as a failure. --------- LOOK UPON/ON, someone or something.
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Considerar. to consider something or someone in a particular way. (see also: think of).

LOOK UP ----- Last month’s sales were slow, but things are looking up this month. We’ve had plenty of orders so far. ------------ LOOK UP.
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Mejorar. if a situation is looking up, it is improving.

LOOK UP ------ Things are looking up now you've got your promotion. ------------ LOOOK UP.
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Mejorar. if a situation is looking up, it is improving.

LOOK UP, or, LOOK someone UP ------- Don’t forget to look me up whenever you’re in New York. It’d be great to see you. ------------ LOOK UP, or, LOOK someone UP.
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Visitar despues de mucho tiempo. to visit someone who you have not seen for a long time when you are visiting the place where they live. (see also: call on).

LOOK UP, or, LOOK someone UP ------- You'll have to look me up the next time you're in Los Angeles. ------------ LOOK UP, or, LOOK someone UP.
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Visitar despues de mucho tiempo. to visit someone who you have not seen for a long time when you are visiting the place where they live. (see also: call on).


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